Sport Development Webinars and Resources
Posted: Mon, 11th May 2020
Various sources have been producing webinars across many topics relevant to sport and clubs during COVID-19 and beyond that will be beneficial for clubs to watch.
Sport NSW - Timeout Talks
Sport NSW, the Australian College of Physical Education and the NSW Office of Sport have collaborated to create the Timeout Talks - #unitedforsports webinar series . The webinar series is a free resource for the industry that aims to keep our sporting community connected and united so we can return as one.
Timeout Talks will offer a wide selection of webinar topics, discussing key points pertinent to organisations and clubs during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as sessions that provide valuable personal and professional development opportunities for individuals and organisations across all levels of sport.
Inside Media and Sport
Tuesday, 12 May: 6.00pm - 7.00pm
In the present era, the close interaction between the media and sport are indispensable. The two feed one another with sport providing a wide range of content for the media every day, while media provides publicity and a connection to the population for sport. The media has an undeniable role in developing awareness around sport and awakening public consciousness, achieved by spreading novel ideas and displaying leadership and guidance to our society.
In this webinar, Simon Hill (Football Commentator & Presenter, Fox Sports Australia) will delve into the relationship that exists between Sport and Media and consider how the impacts of COVID-19 will change the future consumption of sport for fans across Australia.
To register for this Timeout Talk , please click here .
Mental Health for Sport
Thursday, 14 May: 6.00pm - 7.00pm
COVID-19 has had a far-reaching, crippling effect on sport worldwide. Physical health has been affected, so too has mental health and we understand that athletes, coaches, administrators and volunteers may be experiencing a mix of emotions at this time. This webinar will look at the signs and symptoms of poor mental health and help provide an understanding of your emotions.
Our expert presenters will suggest strategies to help maintain both good mental and physical health, with the short-term effects on physical and mental health influencing the long-term impacts. It is more important than ever to implement strategies and look after your mental and physical health, as what you do now will make a difference to how you perform in the future.
Presenters for the evening include Debbie Swibel (Director, Mental Health Management) and Dan Hunt (Director, Mental Health Movement & Former NRL Player).
To register now, please click here .
Find previous Webinars here.
Sports Community are holding daily livestreams at 11am, some past topics are:
Thursday 23/4: Sapphire Coast Kart Club joins us to talk about their online raffle
Friday 24/4: Esport Friday! Our team tech-head Cameron introduces us to Esports
Monday 27/4: What can we learn from the "Music from the Home Front" concert?
Tuesday 28/4: What challenges is your club setting for its players?
Wednesday 29/4: The benefits of engagement and communication.
Thursday 30/4: Introducing GeoSnapShot, a platform for your clubs photographs!
Follow them on Facebook here to keep up to date.
Office of Sport
The NSW Office of Sport has developed a COVID-19 Sport and Recreation Sector Resource Library here.